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Keep Heights Green

Got this via a Heights mailing list I’m on:

Keep Heights Green, a local non-profit organization whose mission is to replant trees in the Greater Heights area lost during Hurricane Ike, is hosting its first fundraising event on Thursday, June 18, from 7 to 9 p.m. The organization, which was formed in October 2008, has plans to put 100 trees in the ground this year and maintain them. Having recently planted 18 eight-foot live oak trees along Ella Blvd., Keep Heights Green hopes its Summer Fundraiser will help the organization raise funds to plant the remaining 82 trees to meet its first-year goal. Eighty percent of all funds raised through Keep Heights Green go directly into planting and maintaining what is placed in the ground.

Keep Heights Green’s Summer Fundraiser will be at the amazing and beautiful Indian Summer Lodge, located in the Historic Heights. We’ll have food, wine, entertainment, a silent auction and raffle. Please join
us — you’ll enjoy a great evening in a beautiful and serene garden oasis.

There will be plenty of opportunities to give, and an individual donation of $25 at the door is greatly appreciated! If you’re looking for an opportunity to make a positive impact on your community, this is the event for you!

Event Details

Date: Thursday, June 18
Time: 7 – 9 p.m.
Location: Indian Summer Lodge
605 Columbia at White Oak
Houston, TX 77007
Attire: Your best GREEN cool summer casual

RSVP: [email protected] or you can RSVP on our Facebook page (and also become a fan of KHG)

Hope you can make it.

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